Tuesday, May 29, 2012

4freeCLE May 27, 2012: 3 More Webinars and Much More!

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May 27, 2012
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Aircrew Using ComputersWebinar CLE
Live webinars, bringing information where-ever you may be, are the new normal!
Sailors Accessing Internet on CV-67On-Demand CLE
Anywhere in the world, add to your education on your own schedule!
MCPON Addresses JAGs.In-Person CLEs
In-person programs with experts offer opportunities for insights and interaction. Often you can earn credit in other states via application or reciprocity.
Recommended Reading          
Veterans on Trial: The Coming Court Battles over PTSD
by Barry R. Schaller, judge and bioethicist; foreward by Todd Brewster, director of the Center for Oral History at the United States Military Academy, West Point.
This looks like an interesting and useful work. A humane and effective response to the hundreds of thousands of veterans suffering from PTSD, and the likely massive impact on our legal system, begins with learning. This book, due out in June, looks like a good start.

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Monday, May 28, 2012

Advocating for Veterans - the Basics on Benefits, Discharge Upgrades and Cultural Competency

This program is intended to help attorneys and other advocates become accredited to represent veterans in their claims
for benefits, on a pro bono basis, and for attorney’s fees on appeals,
where they are available. Its content is also useful for general practice in support of our veterans.


Advocating for Veterans - the Basics on Benefits, Discharge Upgrades and Cultural Competency


Practicing Law Institute


Approved for credit in most states, but the amount of credit varies. See the "CLE Credit" tab on the program description page.



More Free CLE in Support of Veterans: